Bóbr Valley

Admission

“Dolina Bobru” (Bóbr Valley) website - www.wlen.org.pl, was created as a result of the development of a website: Wleń Municipality - History and Tourism. From the beginning, since 2009, it has been a non-profit project created by an enthusiast, lover of the region, its history, culture and tourist attractions – Marek Krzysztof Dral.


On the website you can take a look at:

* accommodation
* big photo gallery
* many attractions of the region
* descriptions of hiking trails


Translation

Translation prepared by students of the Philological School of Higher Education in Wrocław: Monika Barke, Małgorzata Bednarczyk, Tamara Dąbek, Małgorzata Dubińska, Klaudia Fujarczyk, Hanna Goryszewska, Angela Mrożek, Małgorzata Paprowicz, Magdalena Pederska, Monika Smolarska, Paula Ziębiec, Adam Adamczyk, Paulina Cudak, Anna Krakowska, Małgorzata Krzymińska, Barbara Malińska, Paulina Niedrygoś, Amelia Sysiak, Natalia Wróbel, Magdalena Wysocka, Anna Zimna. Joanna Bochenek, Ewa Cielecka, Ilona Volianyk, Marta Bielak, Anna Niedzielska, Marta Maziarz, Adam Żygadło under the supervision of Joanna Hardukiewicz-Chojnowska, PhD. The translation was carried out during Ecotourism course conducted within a Philologist for the Environment project financed from the Norwegian and EOG funds coming from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, as well as national sources.

Bóbr Valley

Microregion located in the Western Sudetes. It separates two mesoregions: the Jizera Foothills and the Kaczawskie Foothills. The river Bóbr on the stretch between Jelenia Góra, Siedlęcin, Pilchowice, Wleń, Marczów, Lwówek Śląski, Rakowice, Żerkowice and Bolesławiec is the axis of the Bóbr Valley.


The microregion includes Bóbr Valley Landscape Park, Natura 2000 network: Ostoja nad Bobrem, Góra Wapienna and Żerkowie Skała, “Castle Mountain” Nature Reserve near Wleń.



The Bóbr river

The Bóbr River is the largest left tributary of the Oder. Its sources are located in the Czech Giant Mountains at an altitude of 780 meters above sea level in Bobrowy Stok. The total length of the river is 271,1 km, including its Polish part – 269,6 km. Due to the landform through which the river flows, it is considered by many as one of the most beautiful rivers in Poland.


Surroundings of the Bóbr River are a great summer destination. Beautiful, green areas, clean, unpolluted air, forest and mountain paths with numerous hiking trails, the sound of water and sandy beaches – what else do you need to be happy?


Bóbr Valley
Landscape Park

It is the area of protection of flora and non-forest ecosystems of the park and its buffer zone, almost entirely (98%) located in the basin of the Bóbr River. It aims to protect the historical, cultural and natural values that are attractive for the development of tourism and recreation. Wleń Municipality is the central part of the Bóbr Valley Landscape Park.


Castle Mountain
Nature Reserve

It aims to protect valuable species of plants and cultural monuments. Paths around the nature reserve lead among very interesting hornbeam forests. During the journey you can observe protected plants like: Wild Garlic, Turk’s Cap Lily, Goatsbeard, Cotoneaster niger, Berberis, Neottia and Ivy.



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